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Tenet's Departure May Ease an Overhaul of Intelligence

The departure of George J. Tenet as director of central intelligence may remove one obstacle to an overhaul that would make him the last person to hold the job in its current form, prominent members of Congress and some members of the commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks say. Both the commission, in its review of the attacks, and the Senate Intelligence Committee, in its review of prewar intelligence on Iraq, are preparing reports that are expected to place blame for the intelligence failures in part on the current structure, in which a single person both leads the Central Intelligence Agency and, with limited budget and management authority, oversees all intelligence agencies, officials involved in the internal discussions say. Full Story

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